FCC Demands Verizon Refile Paperwork with Fewer Blank Spots
The Federal Communications Commission today requested that Verizon Wireless refile documents related to its proposed purchase of 122 AWS spectrum licenses from a handful of cable companies with less redacted material. The original filings submitted by Verizon Wireless were full of holes, making it more difficult for the FCC to fully ascertain the intricacies of the deal. The FCC said, "In order for the Commission to complete its review of the applications and consider the necessary public interest findings ... we require that you provide by March 12, 2012, a revised copy of the redacted version ... that removes the redactions." Verizon hopes to acquire the licenses from Cox, Time Warner, Comcast, and Brighthouse.
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Why should any of this matter? I just want my license.
I hope this retains some importance of how the FCC( especially this one of current staff) is important to keeping the industry in check. So far, they have been doing a great job in watching that the market does not succumb to overpower and misuse from the carriers.
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